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A treatise of the laws of nature (1727)

Author: Cumberland, Richard, 1631-1718; Maxwell, John
Subject: Ethics; Christian ethics
Publisher: London : Printed by R. Phillips
Language: English
Call number: YOLTON 0109
Digitizing sponsor: Ontario Council of University Libraries and Member Libraries
Book contributor: ASC - York University Libraries
Collection: YorkUniversity; toronto
Notes: narrow margins no table of content

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"To which is prefix'd, An introduction concerning the mistaken notions which the heathens had of the deity, and the defects in their morality, whence the usefulness of revelation may appear. At the end is subjoin'd, An appendix, containing two discourses, 1. Concerning the immateriality of thinking substance. 2. Concerning the obligation, promulgation, and observance, of the law nature, by the translator" -t.p

"A philosophical inquiry into the laws of nature" and Appendix have separate title-pages and pagination

ASC: from the Yolton Library Rare Book Collection


YORK copy: has armorial bookplate of the Rev'd Richard Congreve inside front cover pasted in


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